Tokyo Ghoul:re Chapter 60: Threads of Blood

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13 thoughts on “Tokyo Ghoul:re Chapter 60: Threads of Blood”

  1. I really miss his Sasaki persona too. 🙁 As Sasaki, he was so good-natured and kind…but the story’s really barreling into new conflicts and revelations, so I’m also excited to see what happens next.

  2. I’m surprised by how I never fail to be surprised at all the twists Ishida is capable of pulling. TG has a very active Western fandom full of theories, and yet each new revelation manages to feel completely fresh and unexpected. It’s really quite amazing.

  3. You say enemy stronghold, but I see a guy who is mimicking Arima so has clearly become attached to CCG due to his abuse = love mindset.

  4. Is abuse = love something which is ingrained in Kaneki’s subconscious? I wonder if the current him has detached himself from that sort of mindset. I really don’t like how we’ve never had a chance to get into his head since he woke up, it’s making speculation so hard!

  5. Kaneki still wants a death he considers awesome while loved. That was the whole point of Haise waking up and becoming Kaneki again. And yes the whole abuse = love is ingrained into him since it’s been a part of him as far back as his mom beating him as a child. To the point he deluded himself into painting his mom as in a better if still not that great light. Yamori’s torture was so brutal that he couldn’t even do that, which is why he’s one of the exceptions.

  6. I’ve seen people reminding us that that Kaneki wanted to kill the One-Eyed King. If the One-Eyed King is Kaneki, then that means there was foreshadowing all along that Kaneki wanted to kill himself.

  7. there’s also the fact that Eto has outright stated that she is not the “one-eyed king’, leaving only one other option. *and* there is apparently another Cochlea operation in the works

  8. Well that should be saved for next weeks chapter. Even then it’s iffy exactly what they mean because Tatara has had a line about the king passing by once and he’s in on all of Eto’s schemes. The idea that he’s going to betray CCG when he’s clearly gunning for Eto and wants her taken down his own way suggests he has his own goal and betraying CCG is not part of it currently.

  9. By any chance, do you mean that ‘”ou” ga tooru’ line? I know some people are claiming that’s a reference to Mutsuki, but I reaaaaally think that’s pushing it, even for Ishida. I’m a firm believer in his mirroring and the subtle bits of foreshadowing (like how the current Kaneki now looks just like his mother) but my suspension of disbelief ends with lines like that. I also draw a line with regards to anything to do with tarots. I think tarot people are finding many things that aren’t there.

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